Individual Consultant-Banking Executive (BE) Job vacancies in United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Qualification : Graduate in Business management, Rural Development, Project Management, Banking, Finance, Economics, Entrepreneurship Promotion, Capacity Building, Organizational Behavior, Public Administration, Communications, from recognized university.
Post-Graduation in the relevant field (as mentioned above) would be preferable.
Experience : Graduate with minimum of 3 years of experience.
Post Graduate with minimum 1year experience.
Experience of having worked in Banks, MFIs, NBFC would be an added advantage.
Having cleared CAIIB Part-1 and/or Part-2 will be an added advantage.
Relevant experience of working in Madhya Pradesh would be added advantage.
Relevant experience of working with any state government would be added advantage.
Languages : English
Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability;
Demonstrates integrity and ethical standards.
Should have exposure to database management, MIS etc.
Should have knowledge of MSME Department consisting of loans and advances Development and Operational Effectiveness
Excellent analytical, organizational and presentational skills; particularly with databases
Good communication and drafting skills
Management and Leadership
Ability to work in a team and train staff on the job to use the systems
Demonstrates openness to change and ability to manage complexities
How To Apply ForIndividual Consultant-Banking Executive (BE) Job vacancies in United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Candidates should Apply Online. Application Deadline : 06-May-19
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